About your Search

20121206
20121206
STATION
KGO (ABC) 3
KPIX (CBS) 3
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 3
SFGTV2 2
KBCW (CW) 1
KOFY 1
WBFF (FOX) 1
WMAR (ABC) 1
WTTG 1
LANGUAGE
English 18
Search Results 0 to 17 of about 18 (some duplicates have been removed)
mourning the passing of dave brubeck. brubeck attained pop star acclaim with his album timeout, the first ever million selling kÑÑ0gó;vtv it included classic hit "take five" which you just heard. he was famous for playing in black jazz clubs during the height of segregation. dave brubeck died in connecticut one day short of his 92 birthday. >> with a a gift to all of use spencer christian had a chance to meet with him. >> great pleasure of seeing him perform several times. met him once, what a ja. just warm, accessible ask engaging. and a genius. >> yes. yes. >> absolutely. well, let's talk weather. things are beginning to calm down a bit. we're going to be drying out soon. a live view from our camera in emeryville looking at cloudy skies. not many locations receiving rainfall but we do have showers showing up down in parts of the south bay. there you can south of san jose and not far from gill roi. actually closer to morgan hill and san martin now. an area of light showers and away from populated areas so our rainfall system for now is winding don. we can see showers before the night
. >> well, god bless you, deacon. [ laughter ] >>> the music world is mourning bay area jazz man dave brubeck tonight, a day shy of his naekd birth -- 92nd birthday. ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> he was born in concord and found his sound at mills college. ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> reporter: dave brubeck's music was a defining sound of jazz clubs in the 50 -- '50s and '60s. >> are there any rules are if improvization? >> you bet your life there are! and the rules in jazz would scare you to death! >> reporter: the son of a california cattle rancher and a classically trained pianist, he had a natural ear for melodies. >> it's like a baseball player or any athlete, he's only good when he instinctively does the right thing. >> reporter: the dave brubeck quartet's signature tune, take five, appeared on their landmark album, timeout. it was the first jazz album to sell 1 million copies. the opening cut, was taken from a street rhythm in >> steve: stan bull. >> >> reporter: throughout his career, he was an ambassador for music. in 1988, he played at the rig in gorbachev's summit in moscow. >> all these
near sacramento and ward streets. tonight her family and friends are in mourning. leslie brinkley is at the imerkly -- is at the berkeley police department for us. leslie? >> reporter: that's right, carolyn. police tonight identify the victim as tift-year-old pam mullins of berkeley. she died at about this hour last night as she road her boy sickle. >> we got a call of possibly a bicyclist in an injury collision. >> reporter: that was 11:30 on tuesday night. when police arrived they found a woman on the sidewalk in front of longfellow middle school. her family said she had been shot once in the head as she road her bike. and she died on the sidewalk and and they were one block away on sacramento street. candles spelled out her name as relatives stood here stunned to see her die. >> we wish she was sill here. >> she said she road her bicycle to jobs in the neighborhood as a caregiver to senior citizens. >> she was a loving person. she wept to work and came home. why would someone want to do something like this to her? >> her brother described her as very giving to the community. >>
streets. tonight her family and friends are in mourning. leslie brinkley is at the imerkly -- is at the berkeley police department for us. leslie? >> reporter: that's right, carolyn. police tonight identify the victim as tift-year-old pam mullins of berkeley. she died at about this hour last night as she road her boy sickle. >> we got a call of possibly a bicyclist in an injury collision. >> reporter: that was 11:30 on tuesday night. when police arrived they found a woman on the sidewalk in front of longfellow middle school. her family said she had been shot once in the head as she road her bike. and she died on the sidewalk and and they were one block away on sacramento street. candles spelled out her name as relatives stood here stunned to see her die. >> we wish she was sill here. >> she said she road her bicycle to jobs in the neighborhood as a caregiver to senior citizens. >> she was a loving person. she wept to work and came home. why would someone want to do something like this to her? >> her brother described her as very giving to the community. >> a kind person. he
of support from the city but now they would like to mourn the loss in private. >> our family is grieving now. but we want to thank everyone who has reached out to us and offered their help. we are suffering in sorrow. but we have the support of our family, friends and our church to help us through this time. >> davis is charged with murder, detectives say he told them that han was bothering him and wouldn't leave him hi loan. >>> the aurora, colorado movie theater where a gunman opened fire in july will reopen next year. the city says it will begin opening to the public on january 18th. before that reopening family members of shooting victims will be allowed inside. they plan to run free movies for the public for the first few days. 12 people were killed and 58 others were injured. >>> a secret santa decides to spread some cheer by paying off some people's layaway accounts in arizona. >> the secret santa walked in ready to shell out dough for customers' christmas layaway bills. he focused on customers trying to pay off toys. he ended up paying off layaway bills for 20 wal-mart customers and
says they are thankful for the outpouring of support from the city but would now like to mourn their loss in private. >> our family is grieving but want to thank everyone who was reached out to help. we are suffering and sorrow. we have the support of our family, friends, a church during this time. >> the suspect, davis, is charged with second-degree intentional murder and second-degree murder with depraved indifference to human life. detectives say davis claimed han was bothering him and wouldn't leave him alone. 4:28 we will be right back, kron 4 morning news. a live look at the golden gate bridge a lot quieter than the yesterday. with that storm coming through but some areas of fog. if we will be right back. >> welcome back. let us take a live look with janu and the fog. >> good morning, bb we do have some of that drying trend coming up but partly sunny conditions expected. our extended forecast showing that we have a dry days for the next work week. widespread. we will see some breaks of sunshine. double billed come overnight. as well as the south bay valleys 50s for the
. dave his 92-nd bi ask. >>> the music world is mourning the disof jazz pioneer and a bay area native. dave brubeck died this morning one day shy of his 92nd birthday. cbs 5 reporter mike sugerman has a look back at his life and legend. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: if dave brubeck was the high priest of west coast jazz, this was his temple. the blackhawk nightclub corner of turk and ellis in san francisco he was tenderloin. today, the tenderloin is -- well, it's the tenderloin. back in the day when dave brubeck held court -- >> the blackhawk was -- was in reality a dive. >> reporter: toby gleason remembers going to the blackhawk when he was 6 or 7 with his dad legendary dad critic jack gleason. >> it was dark, it was dinghy, smoky. but it was a vibrant scene. >> reporter: typical jazz club of the day but dave brubeck was far interest typical. for one thing, he was white. and a fierce antisegregationist. wouldn't play clubs where blacks weren't allowed. for another, he was classically trained. went to graduate school at mills college. >> dave brubeck's name is part of our history. we're
, kron 4. >>pam: tonight, the family of a berkeley woman is in shock.. and in mourning.. after she was gunned down while riding her bicycle last night. kron-4's aleica reid has more on the victim.. and the latest on the search for her killer.police are investigating a fatal shooting in berkeley. >> family members are gathering at this scene to more of their loved one, this sacramento street near longfellow middle school last night. they canvassed the school yard from top to bottom, the sidewalk where the victim was shot. family that long ago. pamela- mullins. they found that she had been fatally shot. after a phone call. >> she is a family person we do not understand why somebody would come to shoot her in her head. nobody deserved to to die like that. >> at this time they are investigating this as a homicide. they are looking for a suspect and motive i >> this is just wrong. >> the victim celebrated her 50th birthday 1.5 months ago and is live in the neighborhood for just a short time. >> it is sad. i just saw her three days ago >> using candles to spell her name in the name the s
be celebrating his 21st birthday. instead, my husband and i, we mourn 4 years. we are no further along. none of our laws, they are not working. this is great. but as a parent who runs around and goes to these things to be able to say, okay, we are the most progressive state in the country and our children are dying and they are floundering. how you get it from this point up here, boots on the ground where it needs to be and what's the action plan for failure to comply. that's my question. (applause). >> first of all, thank you for sharing that. i am capable of stepping in your shoes and appreciating how the unspeakable loss that you have just shared with us and i'm very, very grateful for you. regretablely, i have had too many conversations with parents, including some of the parents that were featured in the movie --. >> (inaudible) collaborative. it's like an underground railroad because nobody, no one has suffered like we have. the white house summit, both of them, i knew what was going to be said because we all, we are each other's advocates. we are brothers and sisters in grief. we
ways. >> i'd just like to first of all begin by condemning the violence and mourning the death of a wonderful friend to arabs and muslims, i knew people who knew him, he was a cal grad like myself. the irony is you are killing a fripd. but that's the nature of mob violence and the ideology of hate. and unfortunately hate begets hate and that's what we're really seeing on both sides. put out an inflammatory film and people who are willing to do the dance who will confirm what the film is saying and when does this cycle end? we see this in schools as well, unfortunately. we see it on the internet way too much as you mentioned. look at any article, i am most familiar with articles about muslims but it seems like something happens to people when they go on the net, they turn into horrible people and say horrible things because nobody knows who they are. i think it obviously begins in the home, computers should be in open spaces, parents should have the ability to see what their children are doing and this goes through high school and then just the environment that we create in
. the bipartisan tradition around disability is longstanding, and i think it's mourn. it's one of those few issues that traditionally both republicans and democrats can agree on, and i hope we can get back to that point. a lot of work need to be done in the republican party for us to get there. >> eliot: your point is so well taken. there should be no disagreement about extending rights to those with disabilities. this is not a partisan issue. it has not been historically a partisan issue. whom will you call? where will you begin when you go and reach out to the republican party and say guys, go back to your roots. you just lost an election because of the narrowness of your vision. expand it. who will you talk to? >> you know what? i will talk to everyone and anyone who will listen. we work he very closely with former senator dole, and i couldn't believe as he was sitting there in the senate, and republican after republican voted against something that was so important so near and dear to his heart with former governor dick thornberg who is an amazing ally to folks with disabilities. i had dinner
a year later...no one is rejoicing...and two families are mourning for two lives...both interrupted, too s: soon:"buu i feel like i have to fight for y dauggtee, i have to fight till the end, phere there's nothinn more to talk about and we're not there yet" liggiis could face up to 30 years in prision...but the state's attorney is suggesting 14 sentencing will happen in 6 to 8 weeks.live in north baltimore, jp fox45 news at behind bars...after a weekends - confrontation witt city police. and now...he faces more charge. charges. ((audio of mmcarthur)) macaathur))james mcarthur... was 3 arreeted../. a... ssandoff with police... that... he... streamed "live"... on-line...//.police discovered a sawee-off shotgunin his prohibiied from possessingany weapons...after being ttn years ago. charging threattning comments to police.- (carter) "i think that he had reason to believe that he may not beetreated fairly or he may not be safe in the hands of olice." edition..mooe details of thee charges againstmacarthur.and we'll have reaction...from thosethat know him. hear maccrthur'ssentire c
but it comes with some limitations. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ♪[ music ] >>> the music world is mourning the death of jazz pioneer dave brubeck who died yesterday of heart failure on the way to a hospital for a scheduled check- up. he was born 92 years ago today. and he was born in concord over in the east bay. you might remember him for his jazz hits including the biggie "take five." >> what you might not know is that brubeck learned the piano from his mother and after leading an army band during world war ii he studied at mills college in oakland. >> i didn't know he was from the bay area. >>> just in from the labor department, new jobless claims fell sharply from a week ago as disruptions blamed on superstorm sandy diminished. new claims dropped by 25,000 last week to 370,000. that's fewer than economists had expected. and tomorrow, the first monthly jobs report since hurricane sandy and the election comes out. >> here now with a preview jill schlesinger, editor at large for cbsmoneywatch.com. jill, what's expected? >> reporter: the economy likely created just 80,000 new jobs last month down d
to you guys. >> all right, gianna. thanks. >>> the music world is mourning the death of jazz pioneer dave brubeck. ♪ [ music ] >> brubeck died yesterday of heart failure on his way to the hospital for a scheduled check- up. he was born 92 years ago today. in concord. his most famous jazz hit was "take 5" from 1959. he learned the piano from his mother and after leading an army band during world warmed 2 he studied at mills college in oakland. >> interesting. ♪ [ music ] >>> the 2013 grammy nominations were announced here on cbs 5 last night during a star- studded special. >> yeah. check that out. that looks like the who right there. call me maybe is up for song of the year and indy pop year fun is nominated in all categories including best new artist record and song of the year. catch of the grammys here on cbs 5 on february 10. >> plenty of news this morning about a silicon valley giant. apple. >> here to talk about it jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. >> they had a tough day yesterday. >> apple's worst day for stock in four years. sell-off for 6% losing $35 billion in ma
maybe which is up for song of the year. >> the music world is mourning the loss of jazz musician dave bruback. he was regarded as one of the greatest american jazz artists. he helped define the swinging smoky rhythms of the 1950s and 60s jazz scene. he was even designated a living legend by the u.s. library of congress. three years later he was the first modern jazz musician to be on the cover of time magazine. his hit you are hearing i believe take five became the first jazz record to sell a million copies and never gone out of print since 1959. he died of heart failure wednesday, one day shy of his 92nd birthday. >> the influences in jazz do not get much better than that. one of the giants of jazz music. and really experimented with jazz a number of different ways. >> smoky. that's a perfect title. >> i like that. well gwen is here to tell us what's going on with our weather. much chillier today. >> we had temperatures above 20 degrees. now we're below by 20 degrees. bundle up if you are heading out. don't say i didn't warn you. if you are doing anything out there, do not be deceive
the train to his final show. the jazz world is mourning the loss of aid legend. brubeck was addressed to the emergency room where the doctor could not save him, he died of heart failure. thursday would have been his 92nd birthday. some of his best known work includes take five am blue rondo of the turf. >> how would you like to smell like fresh big piece all the time. speeds that has come out, this is for real with a limited edition birth and that smells like freshly baked dough with a little bit of spice mix and. it started as a joke on facebook buddy ball and turben to the real thing after enough people sign up a stand on the site. the first 100 fans to direct message be sent by canada on facebook got a bottle of a limited edition cent. those models went out this week so they arrive in time for christmas. >> i don't want to smell like veto when i'm eating pizza. when you rather smell like apple pie? >> and no. it wouldn't your guy like you smell like pizza? it will only work if it takes off in canada. it may come out here. >> that is it for today, we will see you tomorrow. >> dr. ph
Search Results 0 to 17 of about 18 (some duplicates have been removed)